Let’s raise intellectually independent children.

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Parents, if you’re interested in learning how to help your adolescent achieve the competence and confidence to...

  • Keep alive the idealistic, ambitious curiosity of childhood
  • Form grounded, independent conclusions and evaluations about the world, people, and themselves
  • Use the knowledge and skills they acquire to pursue lives they love, including productive purposes and fulfilling relationships
  • Develop and express an identity of their own, including a character they’re proud of, as they navigate the influence of peers and adults
  • Flourish with increasing freedom and responsibility as they approach young adulthood

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We’ll send you updates and opportunities for input into the development of an online course designed to help you achieve these purposes, as well as actionable insights you can use in the interim.

There is no higher aim of parenting than a child who loves life, who feels capable and worthy of living for the love of it, and who is proud of the character they live life with... And to love life is to know it for themselves as they make it their own.